Making a schedule from a blank set of rows and columns can be tricky. It’s tough to get the proper sequence of events right in your head, and it’s easy to second-guess every task summary and time estimation.
I’ve met project managers who give vague advice, and they’re all cowards. Like the title says, this article is laid out with rapid fire bullet points of advice for a project manager to schedule and manage engineering [..]
When you’re just starting out as an engineer fresh out of college, it can be intimidating to get up to speed on how to actually apply the concepts and techniques you’ve been learning in an academic setting in the real world. [..]